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7 Ways to honor loved ones on All Souls Day with COVID restrictions

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Cerith Gardiner - published on 10/29/20

A global pandemic doesn't need to stop you from honoring those you love.

This All Souls Day, November 2, you might be wondering how you can pay your respects to those you’ve lost when COVID makes things tricky. However, there are many ways you can still honor those who’ve died while taking into consideration necessary safety precautions. Just click on the slideshow for a little inspiration.


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